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Sep 21, 2012 9:00am EDT
three, ohio, florida, and virginia, obama's leading. so far the only one of the nine that we can see mitt romney having a clear advantage is, is the state of north carolina, carl. >> north carolina, and john to do electoral math, not to put you on the spot, if romney does lose ohio and florida and virginia, is there still a path with the remaining six? >> no, i don't believe there is a path. i don't think mathematically it works. i did a calculation yesterday, carl, i took all the states in which mitt romney was either leading or within four points of president obama, not ahead in those other states but just down by less than four points, still barack obama had 278 electoral votes, mitt romney had 260. he's got to turn that around, the debates are his next opportunity and a big way to do that. >> october 3rd, john, talk to you later. >>> speaking of politics our next guest says romney's view on taxes, entitlements and personal responsibility are wrong and show romney isn't ready for the oval office. dr. robert shapiro, former undersecretary of commerce for economic affairs, joins us
Sep 6, 2012 9:00am EDT
is in the northern virginia area. >> interesting. >> all right, steve. >> we'll be looking at some of the other documents as they come in. >> we look forward to it. >> steve liesman from headquarters. >> the markets are surging this morning. the dow up by just about 210 points right now. >> wow. >> for more on the big draghi rally let's bring in the chief u.s. equity strategist with jpmorgan. >> tom, good to see you. you see 1475, you see a market meltup continue through election day. what are the other cat lifts that you see lined up to get us to that 1475 level? >> well, you know, i think we just need more of what we've been seeing this week which is really from policy-makers, you know, talk that they are making moves in the right direction, right? i think there's a lot of comfort from what the ecb said, even if it's expected, and i think it's the economic data continuing to improve. i think there is a construction recovery in the u.s. led by housing and we could see jobs and it would tell investors, hey, look, i'm underinvested and been very bearish and thinking about cliff and all these oth
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